I feel relatively confident to start this on a very basic level with teachers/students. I find that since I have not involved myself with it a great deal since our face to face session this summer, it took a while for me to "relearn" some of the concepts we experienced this past summer. I think with more time devoted, I would be fine in bringing this to a classroom setting. My situation is a bit different in that I assist teachers and am not the teacher in the classroom. We have more than one teacher from our school that is attending this course, and I would like to work with one of those teachers on classroom implementation before taking it to a teacher that is totally unfamiliar with the concept. In that way, 2 different perspectives can assist with the implementation and things may go more smoothly.
I still think more time and experience working through the modules is needed. I don't ever like to go into anything feeling unprepared, and I don't feel totally prepared at this time. More time would be needed to practice with the modules to increase my comfort level.
I'm not sure what help code.org could provide other than providing more projects that I could work through to increase my knowledge and comfort level. Again, the more practice I get, the greater my knowledge becomes and that will only assist with implementation of the project.